This error code occurs when there is a problem with the Twitch account that is being used. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including when the account is suspended or when the user is trying to log in from a different location.
1. Check your internet connection
- Open the "Internet Options" program on your computer.
- Click on the "Connections" tab.
- Under "Local Area Connection," click on the "Properties" button.
- Under "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)," click on the "Properties" button.
- In the "General" tab, make sure that the "Use the following DNS servers" radio button is selected.
- Type the following addresses into the "Server" and "Address" fields, replacing "localhost" with the IP address of your computer. 22.214.171.124 192.168.1.102
- Under "Default Gateway," type the IP address of your router.
- Click on the "OK" button.
- Close the "Internet Options" program.
2. Update your graphics drivers
- Open the Nvidia Control Panel.
- Under the Display menu, select Change Settings.
- In the Display settings window, expand the Graphics category and select your graphics card.
- Under the Driver tab, select the Update Driver button.
- If prompted, select the Browse my computer for driver software option.
- Select the Recommended tab and select the latest driver from the list.
- Click OK to update the driver.
- If prompted, reboot your computer.
- If the driver update fails, try reinstalling the graphics driver.
If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:
- Restart your computer
- Update your Windows operating system
- Reset your graphics settings in Twitch
- Close other programs that may be using your webcam or graphics card
- Try a different browser